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Just a quick question. Do all full time employees HAVE to be given a written contract? If so and the Employer refuses to issue one what is the case when disciplinary action is taken?

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Its safer for both parties if there are written terms of employment and a set of guidelines that both will follow.

 

Whether there is a contract or not, they still as a minimum have to follow the ACAS guideline on Disciplinary and Grievances if they do not have their own policies.


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Hello there.

 

From what I understand from reading the forum, although others here know more than I do, you should have a written contract/particulars etc, but you can't force your employer to provide one.

 

If they don't and you end up at a tribunal, then it might get you more compensation.

 

My best, HB


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you should have a written contract/particulars/hand book etc within 2 months of starting your employment

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